Reviews on Eastern European food in Burgenland, Austria. Burgenland (German pronunciation: [ˈbʊʁɡn̩lant] ( listen); Hungarian: Őrvidék; Croatian: Gradišće; Slovene: Gradiščanska; Czech: Hradsko; is the easternmost and least populous state of Austria. It consists of two statutory cities and seven rural districts, with in total 171 municipalities. It is 166 km (103 mi) long from north to south but much narrower from west to east (5 km (3.1 mi) wide at Sieggraben). The region is part of the Centrope Project.
Things to do in Burgenland
4 based on 127 reviews
Tercia is nicely situated on the top of a hill in a traditional setting. Looks like a hunting lodge, the wooden structure dominates, large spaces and stuffed wild boars in the entrÃ©e. The menu is a traditional hungarian list of goodies, we had the cabbage-beans-pork knuckle soup which was a huge portion for a good price.Recommending their Zenit wine, fresh, crispy and floral taste.After the dinner you can sit out on the terrace and enjoy your drink or go for a walk in the park around it.Definitely coming back!
4 based on 99 reviews
telephone number: +36 99/340 256 Excellent hungarian cuisine, very extensive menu, super service. We saw Austrians who had obviously driven over the border to eat lunch there. My partner had the ganseleber (foie gras) which is often over-cooked in Hunga
Lonely Planet recommends this place as a âcosy cellarâ. The building is certainly old, but over-renovation and furniture choices have removed whatever atmosphere it might have once had. The modern chairs and overall decoration make it cold and uninviting. Also, radio was playing through the sound system very loudly. Paprika veal was served quickly but nothing to write home about. If youâre after a meal in a cosy atmospheric setting in Sopron, try PuskÃ¡s (VÃ¡rkerÃ¼let 83) or Stubi (Balfi utca 16) instead (reviews of both forthcoming).
4 based on 89 reviews
There were four of us: a little girl (4), a demanding woman, a fast food lover and quite an average restaurant-goer. We all found something that fit our demand in the menu. I really recommend chicken with goose liver and apples. The service was average and prices a bit higher than usual, but the overall impression was good, food tasty and the place is also a good starting point for city tour.
4 based on 141 reviews
Off the main streets, making it almost a secret spot away from tourists, is the FehÃ©r RÃ³zsa. We had traditional Hungarian food at its best. Really. HortobÃ¡gyi palacsinta as an appetizerBreaded chicken liver with mashed potatoesVadas with bread dumplings (deer meat)Gundel palacsinta (dessert crÃªpe)The sauces were all spot on.The liver and deer meat were cooked to perfection. The dessert was made with the freshest walnuts.The service was on point and truly excellent. Timing of the dishes exchange and warm and professional attitude.The prices were humble and added a pleasant surprise to the whole, truly rewarding experience.These were true original flavors of traditional Hungarian Cuisine.We dropped by for lunch and the tables in the charming inner yard were all reserved but for one. We were lucky. There are seats available inside. And they take reservations and also offer delivery service (!)You can also find out the incredible history of the place on their website.I highly recommend it.
4 based on 121 reviews
We travelled across the border from Austria to Hungary for a day and chose this cellar restaurant for lunch. Great selection of dishes, huge servings and really delicious! Really lovely atmosphere with red and white checked tablecloths and brick vaulted ceiling. Definitely a good choice!
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